Is Cheating ‘OK’ at a Bachelor Party?

Is Cheating ‘OK’ at a Bachelor Party?This one question always seems to engage heated, often ugly arguments between most couples planning their pre-wedding tasks,

with women always vehemently opposing the very idea that their men are allowed to frolic in the company of semi-nude women under the shadow of a concept (called bachelor parties) devoid of any shame or guilt. I haven’t had the opportunity to tackle this delicate situation myself but I do have some opinions I would like to share:

Getting Started—The Question Kills Itself But Are Women Listening?

In my opinion, the question itself is flawed. Whatever goes around in a Bachelor Party has a pre-set theme to it. It is supposed to be a night of final indulgence, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity where a soon to be married guy gets a no-holds-barred environment typified with exotic, skimpily-clad women. From what I can decipher, “cheating” is established between a couple when the one partner chooses to be emotionally or sexually involved with somebody else, stabbing the mutual respect right in the heart. Since a Bachelor Party is pre-planned and its concept is well known among women too, is cheating here even a possibility?

It’s More Than Just Getting Down & Dirty—Does Anybody Realize The Logic To It?

The concept of Bachelor Parties came into being so that men got one, final night of behaving irresponsibly to the hilt and were able to enact sexual fantasies they wouldn’t deem fit for their wives. Besides the erotic titillation, a Bachelor Party also signifies one very critical fact to the guy—the celebration itself is a reminder that from now on, he should bear absolute faithfulness to his wife.

It’s OK If Mutually Agreed Upon—Let Your Woman Freak Out For A Day Too!

I can guess that after reading my view above, most women would counter with a question saying, “Would it be okay for them to cheat at a bachelorette party?” This question resolves itself too if the soon-to-be-wedded couple agree that details from their respective bachelor-themed parties wouldn’t be shared. Yes, being married does involve sharing your ugliest, darkest secrets (and fantasies) but if the couple can mutually agree upon not sharing a night where both of them were most likely to have crossed their limits of decency, it wouldn’t hurt anybody.

Nailing The Argument In Its Coffin—It’s ‘Not’ Cheating If You Turn It Into A Deal!

Yes, times have changed and hoping for the lady to meekly accept the above-mentioned theories is being hopelessly optimistic. However, women can use this to their advantage too, i.e. if they can live with the idea that they allowed their men to “indulge” and not “cheat” for one night. They can make a deal with their fiancé where in return for the liberty they offered to their men, they can seek any overtly-expensive, mind-numbing, sensibility-defying object of their desire. It could be anything from a walnut-sized diamond to a gold-crusted mobile phone! (Dating, MensXP.com)

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